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‘Because he is good at those switch hits’- Twitter reacts as Harsha Bhogle is surprised with Maxwell’s obsession in trying to be a leftie

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New Zealand’s World T20 season got off to a great start when they beat tournament favorites Australia by 89 runs. Devon Conway’s unbeaten 92 runs off of 58 balls won the game for New Zealand, and Mitchell Santer’s three wickets helped the Kiwis defend 201 runs.

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New Zealand beat Australia by 89 runs in the first game of the T20 World Cup 2022. It was a great win for them. The hosts, who were thought to be the favorites for the tournament, lost to New Zealand in a one-sided match at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

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Finn Allen got New Zealand off to a great start when he batted first and hit 42 runs in just 16 balls. After his partner was out, Devon Conway took the lead. He scored 92 runs without being out, which helped the team reach 200/3.

From the start of the chase, Australia was no match for the other team. They kept losing wickets, and in the end, they were only able to score 111. Tim Southee and Mitchell Santner, who both took three wickets, were the most effective bowlers. Southee’s seamers were very good at getting wickets, but Santner made the batters make mistakes by making it hard for them to score runs. With the win, New Zealand is now first in Group 1 of the Super 12 stage.

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We are all aware of Glenn Maxwell’s love for unorthodox switch hits. During today’s game against New Zealand, he consistently attempted some reverse sweeps and switch hits. He was successful in the previous attempts but got out to Sodhi while playing a simillar shot.

Cricket broadcaster Harsha Bhogle criticized Glenn Maxwell for his obsession with always going for the switch hits.

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Harsha Bhogle tweets: “Can’t understand Maxwell’s obsession with trying to be a left hander.”

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Twitter Reacts:

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